Friday, April 28, 2006

Can the person with IP 81.13.145.# registered in Switzerland please contact me on mail:
I need to talk with you
Thank you

Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Pictures on walls

I really enjoyed this post, so I am making a re-run of it, for those who didnt see it the last time, I have also added quite a few new ones
They are not my pictures, but I just loved them.
They show so much humor and seriousity at the same time

PS: This post has comments, even though it says it hasnt,
so if you are curious about what peole think, open it :)

Link to more of these pictures

"The rain in Spain stays
mainly in the plain"
Well, that must beright cause
here is sunny, hot and
filled to the rim by summer

Am I lucky or am I lucky?

Monday, April 24, 2006

Hm, my blog content seems to be tilted a little to the left
If anybody knows how to fix that with HTML I will be grateful for the help

The flying spaghetti monster and Nino Nano

Tonight I went to see the movie "V for Vendetta" with the famous Japanese assassin Nino Nano (of course this was his first choise for movie :P), who started his bloody career by killing the family dog at the age of 7 by order from his granny (so he told me at least)
He threatened me that I could be a possible assasination-victim, because I get scolarship-money from the Norwegian government, but I think that was only a little small talk and trying to be polite in an assasin kinda way.

This morning he also sent me roses for my bat (Which is named "Nameless") from his own bat (named Dina). It seems like Nameless enjoyed it a lot.
With the roses were a note with something I can only understand as a riddle or a puzzle.
If anybody can crack it, please inform me.

The puzzle goes as follows:
What makes an ordinary day special?
1) A tasty cheese cake?
2) A brand new TFT monitor
3) Twelve red roses
4) A gin Tonic
5) The warmth of the flying spaghetti monster

PS: Everything in this post is a summary of real events

Sunday, April 23, 2006

Playing around

DONT be alarmed
This is what we can call....
....A try out version of my blog :)
If this version is "fixed up" - which do you prefer - just visually?

Saturday, April 22, 2006

And now a littel subtle humoristic propaganda
from the veggie-writer of this blog through the pen of Bill Watterson!!!

(Only maybe not so subtle anymore once I called it subtle, harr)
Click to enlargen


Oooohhhh, I am so excited.
I have just bought the last book
A Feast for Crows
of the series
"A song of ice and fire"
by George R R Martin
Really recommended.
I was a huge fantasy skeptic
until I got this one in my hands
(Not counting LOTR and HP now)

New nifty obsession

I chatted with this friend the other day and he said the word "nifty"
I had never heard the expression before, but I instantly fell in love with it
Its very nifty to say nifty
You scored as Socialist.

I ripped this off Henry

















What Political Party Do Your Beliefs Put You In?

Friday, April 21, 2006

Funny comparison

I dont think we can map or put personality into "categories", but there are often interesting guidelines to help you grow as a person or understand yourself better.

Maybe you have heard about the Keirsey test* or Briggs Meyr test* and the temperamental sorter. The basis is Jungian psychology, which operates with different modes for perception :

Extroverted /
Intuitive /
Feeling /Thinking
Perceiving /Judging

These ways of perceiving are again divided into wetter they are extroverted or introverted, meaning weather you are mostly focusing and directing it inwards on yourself or outwards on the world. Then again they are divided into which of they perceiving ways that are dominant for you and which are not.

In the Jungian analysis this "sketch" for understanding the personality is seen through the combination of these modes of perception

An example: Taking the test this time, I got the score:
which means:
Extroverted (E) 70.97% Introverted (I) 29.03%
Intuitive (N) 66.67% Sensing (S) 33.33%
Feeling (F) 56.76% Thinking (T) 43.24%
Perceiving (P) 75% Judging (J) 25%

Or it could be said in an other way:

Dominant: Extraverted Intuition
Auxiliary: Introverted Feeling
Tertiary: extroverted Thinking
Inferior: Introverted Sensing

further the different temperaments are divided into several groups where out from their dominant features. These groups are called: Artisans, Guradians, Idealists and rationals

I found a littel cute site making a funny comparison about that matter:

Slytherin is the house for students known as being 'resourceful...with a certain disregard for rules,' also 'shrewd' and 'cunning folk [who] use any means to achieve their ends.' Sounds suspiciously like Keirsey's Artisans.

Hufflepuff is home to students who are 'hard workers,' also 'just and loyal,...patient...true, and unafraid of toil.' Who but Keirsey's Guardians?

Gryffindor welcomes those students known for their 'chivalry,' and who are willing to fight for what is 'right and good.' Very much like Keirsey's Idealists.

Ravenclaw is the 'wise old' house, reserved for only the 'cleverest' students, those of 'ready mind...wit and learning. Definitely Keirsey's Rationals.

I found a very simple and short version of this test

and here is an even shorter and super quick version, for those in a hurry

The very quick one has also a link to a really, really great page, where there are an in depth explanation and analysis of your type (which for me was strikingly accurate) and also tips and advises for personal growth. Here´s an example from that page. It is really worth a look

If you want to ead more about the Keirsey test you can also visit this page

* These are not the original Briggs Meyer and Keirsey test, but similar ones that are free. The original ones require payment. The one I have linked to the Briggs Meyr test is a longer version witha more in depthexplanationn and results than the first link


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Thursday, April 20, 2006

Seems like it´s quoting-time :P

"Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one."

"It would be possible to describe everything scientifically, but it would make no sense; it would be without meaning, as if you described a Beethoven symphony as a variation of wave pressure."

"He who joyfully marches to music in rank and file has already earned my contempt. He has been given a large brain by mistake, scince for him the spinal cord would fully suffice. This disgrace to civilization should be done away with at once. Heroism at command, senseless brutality, deplorable love-of-country stance, how violently I hate all this, how despiceable an ignoreable war is; I would rather be torn to shreds than be a part of so base an action! It is my conviction that killing under the cloak of war is nothing but an act of murder."

"As far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality, they are not certain; as far as they are certain, they do not refer to reality."

"If we knew what it was we were doing, it would not be called research, would it?"

"Common sense is the collection of prejudices acquired by age eighteen."

"Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former."

And last, a little thought for Bush to chew upon:

"You cannot simultaneously prevent and prepare for war."

All quotes by guess who